14Not Using Milk Savers
Breastfeeding is a full-time job for a mom. Babies eat ver often and rely on mom for comfort, nourishment, and love. Producing breast milk is a feat of epic proportions. Breast milk contains protein, immunoglobulins, fats, vitamins, lysozyme, lactoferrin, and many other properties that are essential to a baby’s health and
wellness. Producing this perfect milk takes a lot out of a mom so wasting breast milk is not an option. Milk savers are like nursing pads except they save the milk that leaks out when the baby is nursing from the other side. They are genius and every mom should have them. Nursing pads are helpful in keeping your bra and shirt from getting saturated with milk, but they aren’t actually helping with your milk storage. Using milk savers can help bulk up your freezer supply without needing to pump for the times you need to escape baby-free.